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The Dangerous Summer Drops Seventh Full-Length Record, ‘Gravity’

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[Photo via James Kay]

Today is a massive day for The Dangerous Summer. Not only are they kicking off their international summer tour on June 21, they just released their seventh record, Gravity, via Rude Records. Plus, the band shared a nostalgia-inducing official video for the LP track, “Where Did All The Time Go?” Get ready for a delightful trip down memory lane with the legendary rockers.

The new visuals include home videos of early The Dangerous Summer basement shows and van rides. They also showcase the band’s offstage hangs, music magazine interviews, and even their recent Slam Dunk Festival slot. Eagle-eyed watchers may be able to spot idobi Radio’s own Mike Fishkin, host of Gone Fishkin, doing some DJ work in the music video, too.

Gravity is our 7th [full]-length record, and it is kind of surreal when you get to this stage of your career, there is a moment of reflection,” says vocalist AJ Perdomo. “I say to myself, ‘I am still here, doing what I love, creating with my entire being day and night.’

He continues, “It has now been 17 years since I first signed to Hopeless Records while in my senior year of high school. I have seen the world. I have also felt the heavy weight of loss, and sometimes have put my unwavering hope into this unforgiving abstract art form.”

[Gravity Artwork]

Gravity Tracklist:

  1. I Feel More Like Myself When I’m Losing It
  2. Pacific Ocean
  3. Gravity
  4. You’ll See It All Coming
  5. What’s An Hour Really Worth
  6. Turning Love Into War
  7. Where Did All The Time Go?
  8. With My Pen
  9. Wild One
  10. Clouds In My Eyes
  11. Dream
  12. Into The Stratosphere

Find the full run of North American, UK, and European dates below. Make sure to grab your own copy of Gravity here.

Tour Dates:

  • June 21—Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
  • June 22—Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
  • June 23—Atlanta, GA @ Aisle 5
  • June 25—Jacksonville, FL @ The Underbelly
  • June 26—Orlando, FL @ The Social
  • June 28—Austin, TX @ The Parish
  • June 29—Dallas, TX @ Club Dada (Outdoor Stage)
  • July 2—Mesa, AZ @ Nile Underground
  • July 3—San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
  • July 5—Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
  • July 6—Las Vegas, NV @ The Usual Place
  • July 7—Salt Lake City, UT @ Soundwell
  • July 9—Denver, CO @ Bluebird
  • July 11—Minneapolis, MN @ Turf Club
  • July 12—Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
  • July 13—Detroit, MI @ Lager House
  • July 15—Toronto, ON @ Velvet
  • July 16—Buffalo, NY @ Rec Room
  • July 18—Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
  • July 19—Lowell, MA @ Taffeta
  • July 20—Asbury Park, NJ @ House Of Independents
  • July 21—Brooklyn, NY @ Sultan Room
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  • July 24—Hamburg, DE @ Headcrash
  • July 25—Eindhoven, NL @ Effenaar
  • July 26—TBA @ TBA
  • July 27—Hassel, DE @ Goldgrube
  • July 28—Dusseldorf, DE @ Vier Linden Open Air
  • July 29—Berlin, DE @ Privatclub
  • Sept. 15—Bristol, UK @ Thekla
  • Sept. 16—Cardiff, UK @ The Globe
  • Sept. 18—Milton Keynes, UK @ Craufurd Arms
  • Sept. 19—Leeds, UK @ The Key Club
  • Sept. 20—Newcastle, UK @ Tapyard Studios
  • Sept. 21—Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy
  • Sept. 23—Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
  • Sept. 24—Manchester, UK @ Club Academy
  • Sept. 26—Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
  • Sept. 27—Norwich, UK @ The Waterfront
  • Sept. 28—Brighton, UK @ Patterns
  • Sept. 29—London, UK @ O2 Islington Academy
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